Columbus and Chattahoochee Railroad's afternoon "Brickyard" job eases down 9th Street in Columbus,GA, enroute to serve several customers on the Alabama side of the river.
Columbus and Chattahoochee Railroad's afternoon "Brickyard" job eases down a soggy 9th Street in Columbus with light engines enroute to serve several customers on the Alabama side of the... (more)
The loaded tank cars full of Phenol show off their rail bending abilities as they move along the jointed rail of the State Do... (more)
The engineer gives a look back as he pulls the Brickyard train out of a customer’s track and back onto the State Docks lead with a cut of high side gondolas at the end.
As they head to the NS yard to pick up their train for today’s work along state docks track, the Bay Line 2015 poses for a solitary roster shot as NS 336 passes by in the background. In a few min... (more)
Columbus Style With a short train composed of only 4 tank cars, the Brickyard local does it just like the NS used to and runs long hood forward down 9th Street as it heads for Alabama and ... (more)
After successfully working the Schnitzer Recycling plant, today’s Brickyard slowly reverses to the NS mainline where it will head to the Columbus yard and retrieve today’s train.
The solitary Bay Line 2015, formerly known as Bay Line 509, is all that's needed to run today's Brickyard job as the little Geep heads into another one of the numerous customers located along the ... (more)
As they continue to switch cars, the BAYL 2015 is seen at the most eastern terminus point of the CCH yard while it goes about running around its train.
With an approach light at control point 2nd Avenue, the Brickyard Turn slowly advances to the next traffic signal while looking out for motorist and jaywalkers ahead.